Kuala Lumpur, 8 March 2011 – The Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato' Sri Najib Tun Razak, today said that the RM83 billion investment target for 2011 is
likely to be achieved. According to Najib, the investment from Entry Point Projects of the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) is expected to
generate about RM76 billion in 2011.
In addition, an annual exercise to determine the investment commitment of both local and foreign companies, over and above those from the Entry Point Projects,
took place for the first time in the fourth quarter of 2010. 30 per cent of 5,835 companies surveyed indicated that they are committed to invest a total of
about RM50.6 billion this year. This initiative is under the auspices of the Joint Investment Committee co-chaired by the Ministry of International Trade
and Industry, and PEMANDU.
"Consolidated, the upside of our total potential investment is RM127 billion. This high level of investment commitment indicates that Malaysia offers a
conducive investment ecosystem that encourages the private sector to invest," said Najib. He cautioned that while these potential investments are planned for 2011,
not all of them may be realised. However, given the high upside of the planned investment, he is confident that the RM83 billion investment target for 2011 is within reach.
Najib said this before announcing nine new projects and recapping 14 others from eight National Key Economic Areas at the fourth ETP progress update.
Combined, these 23 projects produce RM14.75 billion in investment, RM20.1 billion in GNI and 88,354 in incremental jobs.
The nine new projects are as follows:
Globalports Sdn Bhd, Bina Puri Properties Sdn Bhd and Marina Sanctuary Resort Sdn Bhd will work together as a Consortium to spearhead the development of the new
110 Acres Marina Island Pangkor 2nd International Resort & Entertainment Island.This RM600 million investment will support the Straits Riviera initiative
to develop a nascent cruise line industry in Malaysia. It is expected to have a GNI impact of RM9 billion by 2020.
General Electric Malaysia, in conjunction with local partners including REDtone International, is investing in a teleradiology hub. By linking public and private
sector radiologists in Malaysia on a teleradiology grid, this hub will serve to redistribute reporting workload in Malaysia and build capacity which will
generate GNI by in-sourcing teleradiology services from overseas. This project is expected to have a GNI contribution of RM540 million and create 1,585 jobs by 2020.
The Agriculture NKEA's initiative is to scale up and strengthen production of paddy farming in the Muda Area. Hence, the Muda Agriculture Development
Authority (MADA) will invest RM99.6 million this year to intensify irrigation in the region as well as incentivise smallholders to lease their land or agree
to be managed on a profit-sharing basis by larger operators. Farmer income is expected to increase between 30 to 50 per cent by 2020, with a GNI
contribution of RM1 billion.
In addition, the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) has developed two specialty fragrant rice varieties,
which share many characteristics with foreign fragrant rice. A total investment of RM26.6 million is expected from the public-private partnership
between MARDI and Infoculture Sdn Bhd to introduce fragrant rice cultivation in non-granary areas and market them as specialty fragrant and organic
rice respectively. This initiative will have a GNI impact of RM133 million by 2020.
Palm Oil and Rubber NKEA
The Emery Oleochemicals Group will invest RM416.2 million in three sub-projects to produce bio-lubricants and green polymer additives as well as
surfactants for home and personal wellness products. It will contribute RM155 million in GNI in 2020, and create 86 new positions.
Emery Oleochemicals is a 50:50 joint venture between Sime Darby Plantation and PTT Chemical International, a wholly-owned subsidiary and international
investment arm of PTT Chemicals PCL of Thailand.
Electronics and Electrical NKEA
Through a collaboration with the Northern Corridor Implementation Authority (NCIA), QAV Technologies Sdn Bhd will invest RM12 million to develop a
light emitting diode and solid state lighting certification centre. This facility, which is the first outside the USA, will be able to perform certified
testing per American National Standards Institute (ANSI) certification, will verify the compliance of Malaysian products to global standards.
It is expected to attract customers from Malaysia, other parts of Asia, the US and Europe, and produce a GNI impact of RM510 million by 2020.
Oil, Gas and Energy NKEA
RG Gas and Chemicals Sdn Bhd is set to invest RM1 billion over three years in an integrated oil and gas hub on Pulau Daat, Labuan.
This hub will provide land-based logistics and support services, and is expected to have a GNI impact of RM360 million for the first phase of its operations.
On the energy efficiency front, Faber Group Bhd will spearhead the pilot trial for the Energy Performance Management System (EPMS) and has commenced energy
audits at five public hospitals to ensure efficient use of energy. This project is estimated to result in RM18 million of savings by 2020.
On renewable energy, Cypark Resources Bhd is investing RM94.29 million renewable energy park on a 26-hectare remediated landfill site in Pajam, Nilai.
Comprising a 2 MW biogas plant and an 8 MW solar power facility, the renewable energy park is expected to generate RM12.16 million in GNI in 2020.
The success of this pilot project could catalyse similar projects in 31 other landfill sites in Peninsular Malaysia. Local authorities where the landfills
are situated will be able to capitalise this new source of income and are required to do so on open tender basis.
The 14 projects unveiled since the third ETP update are as follows:
AirAsia X will invest RM1.86 billion to purchase three A330-200 aircrafts that will support services to 10 priority cities.
Total GNI contribution will be approximately RM560 million per annum.
Palm Oil and Rubber NKEA
RM297 million has been allocated to accelerate the replanting of oil palms, replacing mature low-yielding oil palms with new high-yielding trees,
among smallholders. Led by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB), this move will significantly increase output in the future and ensure Malaysia continues
to be a global leader in palm oil production. This exercise supplements similar initiatives by the large plantations.
Correspondingly, the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) has hired 70 additional Tunjuk Ajar dan Nasihat (TUNAS) officers, with an additional 30 officers
expected to report for duty in April. These officers will work to cluster independent smallholders into cooperatives and ensure best practices to increase
yield while lowering production costs. In 2010, four cooperatives were formed, covering an area of 17,076 hectares. MPOB targets to form 11 cooperatives
covering 107,312 hectares of land this year.
Furthermore, palm oil mills will be ranked based on oil extraction rate (OER) performance and source of supply, and a maximum of five mills within a 50 km
radius will be grouped into clusters. This programme aims to increase the OER to 23 percent by 2020, up from the 20.5 per cent currently.
Palm oil mill effluent waste is treated before discharge and a valuable by-product from this process is the production of methane gas that can be captured
to generate electricity. In this respect, Felda Global Bhd will invest RM100 million this year in 10 biogas facilities at its mills to generate electricity for
Felda's use and supply to the national grid under the Very Small Renewable Energy Programme (VSREP). It will have a GNI impact of RM182 million in 2011,
creating 260 jobs in the process. An additional RM347 million will invested in 39 facilities to be completed by 2015, adding a further 1,014 jobs.
The Malaysian Rubber Board has entered into agreements with Felda Rubber Industries Sdn Bhd and Mardec Bhd on technology transfer and commercialisation of
two new generation latex-grade specialty rubber, namely Ekoprena and Pureprena. The investment of RM140 million will supply to eco-friendly green tyre
manufacturing, and is expected to create 2,000 jobs and a GNI impact of RM1.3 billion by 2020.
Electronics and Electrical NKEA
Philips Lumileds Lighting is setting up a new LED manufacturing facility in Bayan Lepas, Penang. This facility, which will be the first in Malaysia to be
designed with 100 per cent LED lighting, will also include a research and development centre and a design centre to help Malaysia grow its competency in
advanced manufacturing and position the company for growth in LED lighting. It will provide incremental employment opportunities for 300 skilled workers by 2020.
Communications Content and Infrastructure NKEA
Telekom Malaysia will invest RM418.5 million to lay a state-of-the-art cable system linking Malaysia with Japan and Hong Kong, as well as connecting seamlessly
with other trans-Pacific cable systems. This project is in collaboration with NTT Communications Corporation.
Telekom Malaysia will also collaborate with PT XL Axiata Tbk and PT Mora Telematika to deploy an upgradable, future-proof cable system connecting Melaka-Batam
and Melaka-Dumai. An investment of RM22.8 million will ensure that there is sufficient cable capacity to cater to the region's fast-growing data needs.
The Mayor of Kuala Lumpur has recently announced that business operators are required to offer wireless internet facilities as a condition of license renewal.
The proliferation of WiFi will improve business for these operators while helping Greater Kuala Lumpur achieve its connectivity targets.
Wholesale and Retail NKEA
Retail chain stores namely Mydin, Carrefour and Tesco, will collaborate with the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism,
and invest RM5.43 billion over the next 10 years in the Transformasi Kedai Runcit (TUKAR) project. The objective of this project is to modernise
the traditional retail shop to increase their level of competitiveness. A pilot project has indicated an improvement of up to 30 per cent in sales.
This Entry Point Project under the Wholesale and Retail NKEA is expected to generate a GNI contribution of approximately RM5.56 billion by 2020.
Oil, Gas and Energy NKEA
Under the marginal field development initiative, Petronas has awarded a risk service contract for its Berantai field to Petrofac Energy Developments Sdn Bhd,
Kencana Energy Sdn Bhd and Sapura Energy Ventures Sdn Bhd. The partners expect to invest around RM2.56 billion in the development and hope to produce
the first gas by December 2011.
Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd, in a consortium with Perunding Ranhill Worley Sdn Bhd, have been awarded a RM1.07 billion contract by Petronas Gas Bhd
to construct a liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal off the coast of Malacca.
Petronas' strategy to intensify exploration activities in Malaysia has begun to bear results. Petronas has made significant discoveries
after commencing drilling works at NC3 and Spaoh-1 wells in Blocks SK316 and SK306 respectively, offshore Sarawak.
Based on preliminary evaluation, these discoveries hold an estimated 100 million stock tank barrels of oil-in-place and 2.8 trillion
standard cubic feet of gas-in-place.
"These projects are proof points that the ETP remains in high gear. More importantly, it now has a visible catalytic effect on the
economy as seen from the committed investment as well as expected rise in real income. The ETP roadmap has put us on the right path but the
journey has just begun. We must remain focused and continue this discipline of action to ensure this momentum is not easily reversed even
in the face of global economic uncertainties," said Najib.
KUALA LUMPUR: American beverage giant The Coca-Cola Co says it is still "scratching the surface" in Malaysia but is confident that the company will grow
its business here in tandem with the growing population, wealth and urbanisation of lifestyles.
"Annual per capita consumption of Coca-Cola drinks in Malaysia is still relatively low but the population is growing and people are becoming
more middle-class and adopting urban lifestyles; we will grow with that," chairman and chief executive officer Muhtar Kent said during an interview session here on Thursday.
Muhtar Kent ... "We expect Malaysians to contribute to Coca-Cola's management talent in the future."
He did not disclose figures of the company's market share or sales in Malaysia but said Malaysia was a "very important" market for it and that the RM1bil
investment committed here over the next five years was "on track".
Part of this investment was for the construction of a plant in Bandar Enstek's techpark in Nilai which would be operational by the first quarter of next year, he said.
"We normally spend one third on production, one third on logistics and one third on brand and marketing communications," he said when quizzed on how the company,
which makes drinks like Coca-Cola, Sprite and Minute Maid, intended to invest the RM1bil.
The new plant would have "enough capacity" to cater to the demands of the whole country, he said, declining comment on its production capacity.
"We've started hiring and we expect Malaysians to contribute to Coca-Cola's management talent in the future," Kent added.
On the group's decision to produce and bottle directly its drinks here instead of via its partnership with Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd (F&N),
Kent said: "Just like not every single marriage is guaranteed to last ... but that doesn't mean we do not respect them (F&N), we have tremendous respect
for them but sometimes priorities change."
The agreement between the companies expires next September.
Kent, who is on his first trip here as head honcho of the world's largest soft drinks maker, said Malaysia together with other Asean
countries were "critical" to the growth of the company.
He cited "better management and better governance" of the economies here, high population growth and the growing wealth of the nations
that would eventually lead to higher purchasing power among the reasons why he believed in the growth potential both Asean and Asia offered the beverage maker.
Accordingly, Coca-Cola which delivers 1.6 billion servings per day globally, recently said it was likely to spend more than the US$2bil investment
it had earmarked for China from 2009 to 2011.
Kent had earlier said Coca-Cola intended to "increase investments" in developing countries to achieve its target of doubling last year's revenue of around US$31bil by 2020.
The Atlanta-based company's recent third quarter sales rose 5% year-on-year to US$8.43bil, helped by higher sales in its international markets such as China.
"The business of non-alcoholic beverages is a wonderful business. We intend to remain focused on this product category," Kent said
SEREMBAN: Negeri Sembilan received RM1.3 billion investments last year, with foreign direct investments totalling RM1.1 billion and RM219.3 million
re-investments by existing investors in the state.
Among the pull factors for investors to invest in the state are Negeri Sembilan's proximity to the federal government administrative centre in Putrajaya
and Kuala Lumpur, efficient public transport and good road network, he told reporters. Mohamad said the investments are in textile, metal, rubber and chemical
products, food processing, non-metals, plastics, machinery, electricity and electronics and furniture. The production plants would be built at
the Nilai, Senawang, Tuanku Jaafar, Labu and Mambau industrial estates, among others, he added.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Teliti Datacentres, a builder and provider of fully-integrated data centres and related services in Malaysia,
is delighted to have been acknowledged in the Malaysian government’s Economic Transformation Programme ('ETP'), announced by Prime Minister Dato'
Sri Mohd. Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak earlier today. The ETP is a comprehensive government initiative that will transform Malaysia into a high-income nation by 2020.
At an official ceremony held in Putrajaya, Malaysia, the Prime Minister revealed a number of new Entry Point Projects (EPP) and developments that have
been identified under the ETP. As part of this, the Prime Minister outlined his government's aspiration "to grow the data centre space from 0.5 million
to 5 million sq ft by 2020 and establish Malaysia as the preferred destination for regional data centre investors". Teliti was named as a key partner
under the Business Services sector EPP following a rigorous government analysis of its contribution to, and potential for growing, the economy.
Teliti is currently building a fully-integrated, carrier neutral, 'green' data centre which, at 120,000 sq ft of net lettable area,
will be one of the largest in Asia. Located in the Bandar Enstek technology park in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, the facility is scheduled to open in
the first half of 2012. The project has received the endorsement of Cisco, which is collaborating with Teliti to achieve world-class standards for
data centre infrastructure in Malaysia and support the development of green technology. The state-of-the-art centre is designed to have minimal
levels of energy consumption and a low environmental impact. It incorporates a reliable and fully redundant power supply to enable 99.9%
uptime to all equipment as well as smart cooling systems to recycle waste heat. Solar energy and rainwater harvesting are also used for day-to-day operations.
NILAI: Epsom College, Malaysia’s first British-styled boarding school, will open its doors in September 2012 and provide its 1,000-odd students with a
British curriculum taught in English.
The 157-year-old establishment’s first sister college outside England would be built on a 20ha site at Bandar Enstek near here as part of the
Kuala Lumpur Education City (KLEC) project. Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who performed the ground-breaking ceremony yesterday,
said he was privileged to welcome Epsom College to Malaysia.
What's to come: Muhyiddin (second from right) being briefed by Fernandes on the Epsom College
model after performing the ground-breaking ceremony in Bandar Enstek Monday. Looking on are Borthwick and Negeri Sembilan
Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan.
"Thanks to our conducive socio-economic environment, progressive business climate and able political leadership, Malaysia is becoming an
increasingly popular destination for many international students from Asia and from as far as the Middle East and Africa," he said.
Muhyiddin said Malaysia was already the 11th largest education centre with about 90,000 international students from more than 100 countries.
Epsom College was set up in the south-east of England in 1857 and was then known as the Royal Medical Benevolent College.
Its aim was to help orphans and widows of members of the medical profession pursue their education in medicine.
Epsom College board of governors chairman Datuk Seri Tony Fernandes, who is an alumnus, said the college involved an investment of RM140mil.
He said the college hoped to attract students from the South-East Asian region, adding it had a proud legacy and had produced numerous personalities who
have made immense contributions in various fields, particularly medicine.
Among its alumni, or better known as "Old Epsomians", were Britain's former Lord Justice of Appeal Sir Anthony McCowan,
geographer Sir Halford John Mackinder, British Secret Intelligence Service head Sir John Scarlett, professional golfer Ross MacGowan,
actor Stewart Granger, Razvan Orasanu from Romania, who went on to become Europe’s youngest minister, and TuneAir Hotel Group CEO Mark Lankester.
Fernandes added that 75% of the school’s academic staff will come from the United Kingdom.
He said those who enrolled at Epsom College Malaysia would pay about 40% less in fees compared to their peers in Britain.
"We do not know for certain yet but they should be paying between RM60,000 and RM70,000 annually," he said.
Epsom College UK headmaster Stephen Borthwick said they were happy to set up operations here and give the college a bigger international profile.
JOHOR BHARU: Nestle (M) Bhd will invest RM20mil this and next year to increase the production capacity at its Kit Kat plant in Chembong, Negri Sembilan.
Nestle Products Sdn Bhd business executive manager (confectionery division) Andrew Cooper said this would increase the plant’s capacity by 30%.
He declined to give more details on the exact volume of Kit Kat (wafer fingers in milk chocolate) churned out by the plant yearly, saying only Nestle (M)
could make the announcement."We're planning to have Kit Kat’s 75th anniversary celebration soon, probably our holding company will announce something in
conjunction with the event," Copper told StarBiz.
He said this when met at the fifth edition of the Nestle Nourishing Malaysia Showcase event that took place at AEON Jusco Bukit Indah
shopping complex recently. Cooper said 75% of Kit Kat wafers produced at the Chembong plant were exported to Asean countries,
10% to the Middle East and the balance to markets such as China, India and South Korea. He said countries in the Middle East also
offered good growth potential as all Nestle products made in Malaysia were certified as halal.
"For our confectionery products in Malaysia,
70% of the consumers are from urban areas while 30% are from rural areas," he said. Cooper said the company wanted to penetrate further
the rural areas and would look at ways to attract more young consumers.
PETALING JAYA: The Coca-Cola Co is setting up a 123,024 sq m bottling plant at Bandar Enstek’s techpark in Nilai due to attractive logistics
costs and a "tight timeline."
In an e-mail to StarBiz yesterday, Coca-Cola Pacific Group communications director Kenth Kaerhoeg said: "Our selection of location was mainly
driven by a list of criteria, including transportation/logistics costs for raw materials and finished products and ready to develop freehold land
with a tight timeline to have the plant operating by end-2011."
He said that after conducting comprehensive studies of alternative locations, the beverage giant reached a "very strong conclusion"
on having the plant located close to Kuala Lumpur and Port Klang. "Also we have good water and electricity source and suitable environment."
Coca-Cola had a ground-breaking ceremony, graced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, at the site yesterday to officiate the construction of the plant.
It hopes to have the plant operational before the transition agreement with Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd (F&N) expires in September 2011.
"With the ground-breaking today (yesterday), the construction will commence straight away in order to have the plant operational in time for
2011 when we take over from our current bottler, F&N," said Kaerhoeg.
From left: Coca-Cola Bottlers Malaysia Sdn Bhd general manager Vamsi Mohan briefing Glenn Jordan,
Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Negri Sembilan Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan on the company’s new bottling plant in Bandar Enstek, Nilai.
He said the Malaysian beverage market had great growth potential for Coca-Cola. "More than 60% of the population is under 30 years old and this
is an important indicator for a beverage market that is still underdeveloped."
Kaerhoeg declined to reveal what was the company’s share in the local beverage market. "We do not disclose market share for individual markets," he said.
At the event yesterday, Coca-Cola Pacific Group president Glenn Jordan said the beverage company would be investing more than RM1bil in Malaysia
over the next five years to boost its presence in South-East Asia. "Our planned investment includes a new greenfield plant and its associated equipment,
sales and merchandising assets, production innovation, in-market activations, sales infrastructure and marketing."
The plant was expected to create 600 to 800 new jobs, he said, adding that more than 90% of raw materials would be sourced locally.
"Economic impact studies from our other markets indicate that each job in the Coca-Cola system creates 10 additional jobs at the supplier,
distributor and trade levels. As a result, we expect to create 6,000 to 8,000 jobs overall."
Front row from left: Ms. Siti Salwa (NSIC), En. Harun Elik (State Director, MIDA),
Dato' Lee Sang Bai (President of Samsung Group M'sia), En. Shahrul Azamin (Ceo,NSIC), Mr. Lee Sung Hoon (Managing Director, Sehwa Electronics) &
En. Md Khir (Senior Manager, Samsung)
NSIC had organized a courtesy visit to Sehwa Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd, a 100% Korean company and the main supplier for
TFT/LCD tv frame for Samsung at Tuanku Jaafar Industrial Park on 12th March 2010 together with MIDA State Director, En. Harun bin Elik.
During the visit, Mr. Lee Sung Hoon, the Managing Director of Sehwa also invited Dato’ Lee Sang Bai, President of Samsung Group Malaysia to join
the meeting as well.
Sehwa Electronic has operated in Negeri Sembilan since September 2009 with 107 total of workers.
Date: 23 February 2010 Venue: Berjaya Timesquare Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
NSIC had participated in the National Investment Dialogue and Seminar that organized by MIDA & SME Corp on 23 Feb 2010 at Berjaya Timesquare Hotel,
The objectives of the seminar are to provide the latest updates on the government policies, incentives and facilities for Malaysia and
also to highlight & promote the investment opportunities available in services sectors.
During the seminar, NSIC had opened booth to disseminate the state
investment brochures and also to update the potential investors on investment opportunities in Negeri Sembilan.
Pertanian Pertiwi Sdn Bhd, one of the halal manufacturers for processed chicken (Ayam 5 Star) in Negeri Sembilan currently is expanding their project.
The Seremban Municipal Council (MPS) has already approved the building plan and currently the project construction has started.
The plot size for future development is approximately 4 acres and located next to the existing factory building at Senawang Industrial Estate.
The company will invested RM 60 – 70 million for the expansion project and also will created 200 jobs employment when schedule to be completed by April 2010.
Date : 17 NOVEMBER 2009 Venue : MARRIOT HOTEL, PUTRAJAYA
NSIC had participated in the 2nd National PV Conference 2009 (NPVC) which was held on 17 Nov 2009 at Marriot Hotel, Putrajaya.
The event comprises of a conference on PV industry development which present companies like Sunpower, First Solar and Q-Cell, and exhibition
on PV products and technology.
The NPVC is an excellent event which promotes networking among local and international PV companies.
Therefore, it's a good platform for NSIC to participate the event to represents the State Government of Negeri Sembilan in attracting
both foreign & local investors in PV industry.
YB. Minister of Energy, Green Technology & Water, Dato Seri Peter Chin Fah Kui visits NSIC's booth during the event.
Date : 9/9/2009 (Wednesday) Time : 9.09 am Venue : Nilai Industrial Estate, N.Sembilan
On this special morning, as a gentle breeze rustled the leaves of many surrounding tall tress and the morning sun slowly rising above the low hills
on the east, staff of Jotun Malaysia and Singapore and invited guests gathered to witnessed the special occasion of ground ceremony at the new site
in Nilai where a new and modern Jotun paint factory will be built.
At the auspicious moment of 9.09am, on 9-9-09 Mr Peder Bohlin ( Reg Director Jotun SEA,
MD Jotun Malaysia), Mr Ulf Hansen (President of Jotun Singapore), YAM Tunku Dato' Seri Shahabuddin (Chairman of Jotun Malaysia), Mr K Sothinathan
(Director of Jotun Malaysia) and five management team members of Jotun Malaysia broke the fresh ground with their shovels to plant 9 Bunga Raya trees
(national flower of Malaysia), symbolizing the beginning of the building phase of the LIGER project.
En. Shahrul Azamin, CEO of Negeri Sembilan Investment
Centre (NSIC), former CEO of NSIC, Hj Ramli Othman, representative from Norwegian Trade Council and Jotun staffs were witnessing the groundbreaking event.
Mr Peder Bohlin, Mr Ulf Hansen, Mr Steve Meanwell, YAM Tunku Dato’ Seri Shahabuddin Bin Tunku Besar Burhanuddin, Mr K Sothinathan, Mr Low Keh Teong,
Mr Lee Kum Chin, Mr Lim Kim Seng, Mr Ronnie Ooi.
Jotun staffs and guests at the Ground Breaking Ceremony in Nilai.